On 25 January 2022, SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre (AMC) launched a new Clinical Trialist Development Programme (CTDP), as a prestigious award to recognise the important work that our clinical trialists do and to also support them with much-needed protected time to do clinical trials.
Through this time, she has seen encouraging growth in support for clinician researchers in the form of programmes ranging from awareness seminars to funding programmes. As someone who had personally benefitted from initiatives supporting researchers, she was pleased to be able to play a key role in the development of SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre’s latest Clinician Investigator Advancement Programme (CIVA).
Associate Professor Rebecca Dent shares about the passion she has as a clinical trialist, and why she is looking forward to the newly launched Clinical Trialist Development Programme (CTDP).
We speak to Clinical Professor Brian Goh to find out more about his rewarding journey as a Clinician Investigator (CIV), and how the CIV Advancement Programme seeks to help doctors better achieve their research objectives with protected time and enhanced recognition.